We provide much more than just a meal and a bed for the children who need our services. Part of the cottage lifestyle include houseparents, a group of individuals who care for the children around the clock, creating close relationships with the children and a loving and safe environment. We also support their educational and vocational aspirations, extra-curricular activities and…
MHMI’s mission is to provide a safe, secure and nurturing environment for women, particularly those women who age out of foster care. It’s three phase, five year program will provide access to the life skills, job training and educational advancement necessary to embrace their future with confidence as a home owner in society.
J127 Ministry is a Christian-based organization to aid young people who have aged out of the foster care system are orphaned or homeless due to lack of family. We will provide a loving environment, focus on the individuals’ needs and help reinforce them in critical life skills, emotional support, spiritual growth, and education needs.
Residents of the Carolyn Williams Center have aged out of foster care with nowhere to go or are living on the streets.We offer them a safe, supervised home while they get used to living independently and learn the basic skills they need to achieve and maintain permanent housing. Residents are required to attend weekly life skills classes and set goals with our program…
Our mission will be to employ and mentor teens who are aging out of the foster care system. Transitioning from teen to adult is difficult for everybody, but the hurtles for youth who do not have a stable adult in their lives can be catastrophic. We hope to create an environment which serves as a safe space for our youth…
PAL is geared towards assisting youth in transition to adulthood with life skills training and must be obtaining higher education and employment. Housing is provided.
Pivot, Inc. is a nonprofit community organization that advocates, educates, intervenes and counsels youth and families to make a positive difference in their lives. What we do: Meet housing & basic needs, provide education & job assistance, prevention & intervention, and therapeutic care.
We give youth the support they need to meet the day-to-day demands of adult life. We pay for their Driver’s Education so they can learn to drive safely and legally and earn their license. Youth-led and adult-supported, RYAC provides mentors and professionals to teach life skills.
Through Life Launch, we are investing in the lives of at-risk young people. Our staff and volunteers support youth “wherever they are” and encourage them on their journey to independence and self-sufficiency.
Since 1999, YVLifeSet has helped more than 9,000 young people aging out of state custody or other care arrangements successfully transition to independence.